Dakota House @ Keystone Kozy
Summary: Dakota House @ Keystone Kozy is a wonderfully appointed tiny house with river access to the world famous Kenai River. The Kenai River is the most popular sport fishing destination in Alaska. Each year there are two runs each of king salmon, coho salmon, sockeye salmon, plus a run of pink salmon every other year. The world record king salmon, which weighed about 44 kg (97 lb), was caught in the Kenai River in 1985. The Kenai is also the home of trophy size rainbow trout and Dolly Varden. Occasionally there will be reports of catching of "Steelhead"(Sea-run Trout). In recent years, the king salmon fishery has been closed or heavily restricted due to low returns of fish. The coho salmon runs occur in early August and early October. The September run is favored by local anglers due to the larger size of the silver salmon. The sockeye salmon runs are in late-June and mid-July-August. Sockeyes are considered the premier salmon for eating, canning, and smoking. The Space: Dakota House can sleep up to four people with 1 loft queen bed (ladder access) and 1 queen sofa bed in living room. This tiny house has one bathroom with a shower and an on demand hot water heater which means you never run out of hot water. A complete kitchen has a refrigerator, gas range, microwave and cooking utensils for your use. A large deck opens the living space up to the outdoors. A Smart Tv is available with access to free movies and news as well you can login using your Netflix or other On-demand services for viewing your favorite programs. Guest Access: Property amenities include: Boat launch nearby Short walking distance to beautifully provisioned Moose Meadows public dock for viewing, fishing, and fish cleaning. Commercial fish packer Freezers Ice Card operating laundry The Neighborhood: There is a newly upgraded boat landing up river approximately 100 yards along with two public river accesses on Keystone Drive that are within walking distance and complete with walk ways and fish cleaning tables. The closest is Moose Meadows which is about a half mile away. The city of Soldotna is just 5 miles up the road which includes a Fred Meyer store along with many other services both for the sportsman and general shopping supplies. Getting Around: While we presume you'll be driving to our destination there are all means of commercial transportation including a commercial airport in Kenai 25 miles away. The best part is there are several airplane operators that can bring you to more remote settings for bear watching, fishing, and site seeing. Other Things to Note: **Please be advised** We are a no smoking / no animal facility Parties & Events allowed only with prior permission
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